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How to File an Appeal Against GST Registration Order?

You have received an order from the tax department stating that you owe them money. What should you do now? How do you appeal an order against GST registration? Find out here!

The order of the adjudicating authority, first appellate authority, appellate tribunal, and the high court can all be appealed. A person who is harmed by order must file an appeal with the appellate authority within three months of the order’s issuance on GST Registration.

Let’s look at the steps involved in filing an appeal against the appellate authority’s registration order. An order of this nature could be one of the following:

Which type of registration rejection orders for which appeal can be filed

  • GST PCT – 04 – Order of rejection of enrolment as a GST Practitioner
  • GST REG – 05- Order of rejection of application for GST Registration Process/ amendment/ cancellation
  • GST REG – 12- Order of Grant of a temporary registration/ Suo Moto registration
  • GST REG – 19- Request for cancellation of registration
  • GST REG – 28- Order for cancellation of provisional registration
  •  GST REG – 08- Order of cancellation for registration as a Tax deducted at source or Tax Collector at the source.

Other Conditions to File an Appeal

The following are the other criteria to cross off when filing an appeal against a registration order.

  • An applicant can appeal a registration Order through DSC or EVC. All corporations and LLPs must use DSC to file an appeal against the registration Order.

Steps to File an Appeal

Filing an appeal against a registration order requires four major steps to be completed.

The following are the stages:

  • Creating an appellate authority’s appeal
  • Attach Annexure to GST APL-01
  • Other supporting documents should be submitted
  • Examine the application and then file it.

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Procedure on GST Portal

Creating an appellate authority’s appeal :

Step 1: Go to the GST official website.

Step 2: Log in to the GST Portal using the credentials

Step 3: Go to the Services menu and then to the User Services menu. Then, select the command My applications

Step 4: Select appeal to appellate authority from the drop-down menu once the My applications page has loaded

Step 5: Select the New application option

Step 6: The GST APL-01: appeal to appellate authority’s page will be displayed next

Step 7: Choose registration order from the order type drop-down menu

Step 8: Enter the Order Number assigned by the adjudicating authority in the Order Number field

Step 9: Select the Search option

Step 10: The Order Details for the entered number are shown

Step 11: From the drop-down menu, select the appropriate option from the Category of the case under dispute

Step 12: Select the Add icon

Upload Annexure to GST APL-01:

Step 13:: Click the Download Annexure to GST APL-01 Template button to get the Annexure to GST APL-01 template

Step 14: Launch Microsoft Word and open the downloaded template

Step 15: Enable editing by clicking the icon at the top

Step 16: Fill in the blanks with the information from the template

Step 17: Save the file in PDF format once all of the required fields have been precisely filled out

Step 18: Return to the browser and click the Choose File icon to upload the document after it has been saved as a PDF file in the system. Only files up to 5 MB in size may be uploaded

Step 19: Select the file to be uploaded from the system and click the Upload tab. Once the PDF has been uploaded, it can be deleted by clicking the Delete button on the page

Adding any Other Supporting Documents:

Step 20: To upload additional supporting documents, enter the document description and select the Choose File option

Step 21: Click the Add Document icon and select the documents to upload from the system and the supporting documents. By clicking on the Delete tab on the same page, you can delete the selected records

You can use our GST calculator to know how much GST you owe before you register.

Review the application and proceed to file

Step 22: Select the Preview icon to view the application before submitting and filing it

Step 23: The PDF version of the file will be downloaded, and it can be reviewed to ensure that all of the details have been updated correctly

Step 24: Check the Verification box

Step 25: From the drop-down menu, select the authorised Signatory Name

Step 26: In the Place field, enter the name of the location where the application is filed

Step 27: Click the Go to File button

Step 28: Select the Proceed button.

Step 29: Select the Submit with DSC or Submit with EVC option

  • Select the appropriate certificate from the system and click the Sign icon to Submit with DSC
  • To Submit with EVC, enter the OTP sent to the authorised Signatory’s registered email address and mobile number at the GST Portal and click on the Verify icon

Step 30: A signature confirmation message will be displayed on the following page. To download the acknowledgement receipt, click the Download icon.

Note :

  • The application’s status is now appealed. Once it has been properly filed, it will be submitted.
  • The First Appellate Authority receives the application for an appeal against a registration order.
  • The application may or may not be accepted by the concerned Officer, resulting in an Approval or Rejection of the appeal request.
  • An SMS and an email will be sent to the registered email address as confirmation that the appeal against the registration order has been filed.
  • The appellant must submit a hard copy of the supporting documents to the Appellate Authority’s office and a duly signed and verified application for an appeal within seven days of filing an appeal on the GST Portal: https://www.gst.gov.in/

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